ORUS Ultra: Windshield Cleaner Fluid for Squeegee Buckets
There are thousands, perhaps tens of thousands squeegee bucket cleaners available. What do you use for your windshield cleaner? Hopefully one that doesn't put you on the peeved list... People are peeved!
While stopping at the service station (yeah, they call them that but there’s no service ) ok, “gas” station – while I was filling up the SUV I started to wash the windows. Looks great in the beginning, to do this however you need those window washing squeegees on a stick..... Here’s the peeve, can’t someone change the water out? Those buckets of OLD stinky smelly water are SO BAD you have to hold your nose while washing the window with their squeegees. This is ugly, and there’s no reason for not having fresh clean clear water that isn’t smelly. It’s bad, it’s ugly and it’s putrid; if that water drips or gets onto your hand while doing the windows you have to have it amputated and removed…Can you confidently say this squeegee bucket cleaner peeve was not about your service station? If not, here are some tips for clean, good smelling and great looking squeegee buckets:
- Squeegee bucket water should be changed every 1-2 days
- Use a phosphate free cleaner to boost cleaning efficiency
- Measure correctly – more is not always better!
- Use a cleaner that contains active ingredients that combat the growth of bacteria, algae, etc. to maintain an odor-free squeegee bucket - See chart below
May 5, 2014